Workshops

Reminder: Deadline for Registration to Narrative Medicine Workshop (Mainz, Germany, 12-14 January 2018)

Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, Germany, will host a three-day workshop (January 12-14, 2018) on “Narrative Medicine” with core faculty from the Program in Narrative Medicine at Columbia University. The workshop is based on Rita Charon’s concept of Narrative Medicine. Alternating between plenary lectures and small-group seminars, the faculty will engage Read more…

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Workshops

Narrative Medicine (Workshop in Mainz, Germany, 12-14 January 2018)

Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, Germany, will host a three-day workshop (January 12-14, 2018) on “Narrative Medicine” with faculty from the Program in Narrative Medicine at Columbia University. The workshop is based on Rita Charon’s concept of Narrative Medicine. Alternating between plenary lectures and small-group seminars, the faculty will engage participants Read more…

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Workshops

Only a few places left: Narrative Medicine (Workshop, Germany, June 2016)

Post by Anita Wohlmann from Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz. Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, Germany, will host a three-day workshop (June 17-19, 2016) on “Narrative Medicine” with faculty from the Program in Narrative Medicine at Columbia University. The workshop will be based on Rita Charon’s concept of Narrative Medicine. Alternating between Read more…

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Book Review

‘Narrative Medicine: Bridging the Gap between Evidence-Based Care and Medical Humanities’ reviewed by Sandra Weems and Paulette Hahn

‘Narrative Medicine: Bridging the Gap between Evidence-Based Care and Medical Humanities’ by Maria Giulia Marini (Springer International, 2016). How can narrative augment the evidence-based knowledge clinicians gather about their patients? Examining some of narrative medicine’s foundational ideologies, Maria Giulia Marini discusses the epistemological value of interdisciplinary connectedness in ‘Narrative Medicine: Bridging Read more…

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Conferences and Symposiums

Narrative Medicine (Workshop, Germany, 17-19 June 2016)

Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, Germany, will host a three-day workshop (June 17-19, 2016) on “Narrative Medicine” with faculty from the Program in Narrative Medicine at Columbia University. The workshop will be based on Rita Charon’s concept of Narrative Medicine. Alternating between plenary lectures and small-group seminars, the faculty will engage Read more…

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Call for Reviews

Reviewer needed: ‘Narrative Medicine: Bridging the Gap between Evidence-Based Care and Medical Humanities’ by Maria Guilia Marini

We are pleased to offer ‘Narrative Medicine: Bridging the Gap between Evidence-Based Care and Medical Humanities‘ by Maria Guilia Marini  (Springer, 2016) for review. Expressions of interest are welcome from across the medical humanities. This book examines all aspects of narrative medicine and its value in ensuring that, in an age Read more…

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Call for Papers

Health Geography, Medical Humanities, and Narrative Medicine (CfP, San Francisco, 29 March-2 March 2016 )

In recent years, both within and outside academic spheres, medical humanities and narrative medicine have become increasingly influential. Drawing from interdisciplinary fields in the humanities, social sciences, and the arts, medical humanities and narrative medicine present a unique lens for considering spaces and nuances of lived experiences of health and Read more…

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Announcements

Announcing ‘The Journal of Narrative Visions’ – An Electronic Journal of Narrative Ophthalmology, Optometry, and Vision Care

‘The Journal of Narrative Visions’ An Electronic Journal of Narrative Ophthalmology, Optometry, and Vision Care Call for Submissions The Journal of Narrative Visions (JNV) is a newly established online journal that accepts narrative medicine and creative pieces related to ophthalmology, optometry, and vision care. About the Journal The mission of Read more…

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Centre for Medical Humanities